Moosewala’s SYL song banned: Central government took action due to the release of captive Sikhs and the controversial issue of Punjab-Haryana

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The Central Government has Punjabi singer Siddu Musewala has taken a big action on the song SYL, which was released two days ago. In the song, the issue of captive Sikhs, including the dispute between Punjab and Haryana over canal water, was stirring continuously. In view of this, the government has banned the song. At the behest of the central government, YouTube has removed the song from its platform.

On searching Sidhu Musewala’s SYL song on YouTube in India, this content is not available on this country domain. Let us tell you that Sidhu Musewala’s SYL song has got 2.7 crore views in just 2 days. The song is on trading at number one. 3.3 crore comments have also come on the song. The song was released as a tribute 26 days after Siddu’s murder. The song SYL was trending on YouTube since its release.

The song is on the issue of SYL
Sidhu gave air to the issue of SYL going on between Punjab and Haryana through this last song. In the song, Sidhu has also mentioned about the farmers’ movement and the Red Fort started regarding agricultural laws. The lyrics of this 4 minute 9 second song revolve around Punjab’s water and other issues related to it.

If we look at the lyrics of the song, it mentions the dispute between Punjab-Haryana over the much-discussed Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal. During this song of Sidhu, the statement of Aam Aadmi Party’s Haryana in-charge Sushil Gupta is going on, in which he is talking about getting SYL water to Haryana if his party’s government is formed in Haryana like Punjab in 2024.

Farmers movement-Delhi violence also mentioned
In the song, Sidhu has praised the march to Delhi during the farmers’ movement against the three agricultural laws and hoisting the Sikh community’s symbol Nishan Sahib at the Red Fort. Sikh prisoners have also been appreciated. The peasant movement was justified. In the song, it has been said not to give even a drop of water to Haryana.

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